Grateful Dead Live at Activity Center, Arizona State University on 1977-10-06
01. Promised Land (04:48)
02. Tennessee Jed (08:40)
03. Jack Straw (05:50)
04. Dire Wolf (03:42)
05. L. L. Rain (08:11)
06. Loser (07:40)
07. Minglewood (05:16)
08. They Love Each Other (03:26)
09. The Music Never Stopped (08:18)
Total Time: (55:52)
01. Bertha > (07:14)
02. Good Lovin' (05:24)
03. Friend of/ the Devil (07:46)
04. Estimated Prophet > (11:41)
05. Eyes of the World > (12:17)
Total Time: (44:24)
Set II (Cont.)
01. Drums > (04:53)
02. Not Fade Away > (10:49)
03. Black Peter > (09:40)
04. Not Fade Away > (03:16)
05. Around > (07:52)
06. Uncle John's Band// (10:26)
Total Time: (46:54)
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Activity Center, Arizona State UniversityLocation Tempe, AZSource S: Reel Master > Cassette > DAT > CDTransferred by Brian Heath
December 20, 2012
Something fishy here
Yeah, this not the same as the other King Biscuit source. The Estimateds are totally different (this does sound like 10/29). The Peter is a different source as the rest of the recording as well. Never have figured out why someone would patch together shows to emulate another (you either got it or you don't), but looks like that is the case here.
Have not done any more investigation to figure out what all the deal is with the rest of the tracks, but those Pts. of set II are not true to the 10/6 only label.
NIce sound, but bogus date.
March 29, 2011
sounds like 1977-10-29
sounds like the 1977-10-29 show
March 31, 2010
Is this really the 1977oct6 SBD?
After reading enough to know that the other two versions on IA are *not* this show, there doesn't seem to be any discussion about this SBD. I'm trying to wrap-up collection of 1977. TIA.
November 17, 2009
Nice show. Crispy soundboard with plenty of Phil.
October 7, 2009
Great show - AMAZING ENDING
I've always loved 77 since someone in college ancient years ago (OK, like 1995 or something) gave me a tape of 2-26-77 at San Berdoo, and that ended up becoming my favorite dead show ever. But any show from 77 is welcome in my 'phones and makes a workday go quicker.
March 22, 2009
Nice, Crisp Sound.
I just finished listening to the first set. Nice energy/transitions. Nice guitar weaving between Bob and Jerry. Very bright sound which is nice. As someone was mentioning on Etree Bob Weir playing in the seventies is much more listener friendly then the late 80's and 90's were his constant use of inversions and augmented chords I feel really reduced him as a guitar player. His tone in this version of Dire Wolf is nice and limber allowing a unique, but not obtrusive layer for the song to procede. I really think his playing got very strange when he started playing the morsite guitar. They have a very metallic tone. Well anyways. Nice board and a great setlist. Thanks for posting.